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The 2023 Nissan Altima Exceeds Expectations

Available with frontal or each-wheel drive and option of two engines, the Altima is effortless to drive, comes with feast of advanced motorist aids, and is fairly energy-effective. For 2023, the Nissan lineup is introducing a few pitches to keep the Altima competitive with other family vehicles. Changes start with the outer of the modified Altima removing the V-shaped chrome strip in the grille, and the triangular rudiments located below the headlights are enlarged. Here’s a brief summary on its features.

Engine, Transmission & Performance

The Altima has a standard 188-hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder machine that dyads with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). The voluntary turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder makes up to 248 powers with decoration energy and also uses a CVT. While Nissan touts the innovative variable-contraction technology, only the 2.5-liter machine can be had with all-wheel drive. The standard four-cylinder machine and all-wheel drive had predictable, albeit every day, acceleration. The VC-Turbo machine makes the Altima significantly hastily.  Nissan also had a comfortable lift that averted any quivers over undulating pavement. Its steering system was precise by family-sedan norms and does not add trouble to emulate steering sense.

Fuel Economy

The Altima does not offer an energy-saving hybrid or eco-friendly draw-in-hybrid model as do many of its rivals, but its two gasoline machines have lofty energy-frugality conditions and even better real-world results. When equipped with frontal-wheel drive, the base 2.5-liter four-cylinder machine gets an estimated 28 mpg megacity and 39 trace. With all-wheel drive, those estimates drop to 26 mpg megacity and 36 mpg on the trace. The turbocharged 2.0-liter gets an estimated 25 mpg megacity and 34 mpg on the trace.

Interior, Comfort & Cargo

Outside, the Altima’s cabin provides a direct dashboard with user-friendly switchgear. Interior accouterments vary among trim degrees, but everything is a significant enhancement compared with the former-generation Altima. The flat-bottomed steering wheel and dummy carbon fiber were a bit much then, especially since there are no paddle shifters or selectable drive modes on the SV. Still, the soft armrests made cruising and sitting in business more tolerable. The frontal seats can hold a wide variety of body types, but we felt that the lumbar support was too aggressive.

Infotainment & Connectivity

The Altima’s routine 8.0-inch touchscreen has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability. The infotainment interface has a customizable main menu but otherwise many personalization options. While the sound system has useful clods for volume and tuning, the touchscreen we tested responded sluggishly to inputs. Altima SL and SR get a 12.3-inch touchscreen with navigation, wireless phone charging, and WiFi hotspot standard. The bigger screen is voluntary on SV models.

Safety Features

Every Altima has a forward-collision warning and automated exigency retardation, eyeless-spot monitoring, high-ray help, rear cross-traffic alert, and more. Nissan also delivers a-semi-autonomous drive mode known as ProPilot Assist.

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